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Amélie BerthouSérie attendue nulle part - pays bas

From a limited edition of 10 | Framed and Ready to Hang
40 W x 30 H cm
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Limited edition of 10
40 W x 30 H cm
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This photograph is from the "Expected Nowhere" series taken across Europe over a period of two years. Here, we can see the port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, through the vehicle window.

Silver photography. Fine Art Inkjet Printing, Hanemülhe Bamboo. Numbered and signed in the lower right corner. Margins included (side and top 3 cm, bottom 4 cm). Tailor-made supervision possible in addition, please contact KAZoART.

Amélie Berthou
  • KAZoART artist since 2019
  • 13 works

My photographic work is presented in the form of series that revolve around a lived space-time, during stays or trips for photographic purposes. For me, these moments are a break from the habits and constraints of everyday life. My photographs bear witness to the states of souls that pass through me, such as melancholy, doubt, boredom, fear and loneliness. They also reflect my personality by praising slowness, contemplation, silence, discretion and gentleness. The images obtained freely intertwine different subjects: landscapes, architectures, portraits, scenes of life or interiors. I take pictures with silver cameras. First, there is the aesthetic rendering of the silver grain. This granular texture surrounds each image with a veil of delicacy. Moreover, silver photography induces another relationship with time. In its process, the time of filmmaking is slower, and this slowness is like me. Also, there is this discretion in the silver material I use. Not very sophisticated, sometimes looking like a toy, I don't attract anyone's attention. I am neither seen nor noticed. Among other things, this anonymity gives me great freedom of action.

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